SECOND QUARTER l VOLUME 68 l SUMMER 2010
Bridge to the Future Services
Crossing Over to a Brighter Tomorrow
Today, in Kentucky and Southern assist with our 18- to 24-month start-up
Plans to Serve
Indiana, there is a haunting and persistent
condition that many of our children
expenses. 7,000 Children
Currently, there are children on waiting
experience. Childhood crisis often These needed funds will insulate the lists for most of the services delivered by
comes from extreme, chronic illness Home, somewhat, from some of the Home of the Innocents. There are unmet
and disability, and, even worse, family ongoing effects of the recession, especially needs, especially in the area of medical,
dysfunction the tentative dental and behavioral health services, that
that can lead to nature of the are out of the reach of disadvantaged
abuse, severe budget for children and children with disabilities,
such as the medically fragile child and the
neglect and the State of
child suffering from autism.
It will also There is also a broad mandate from
Home of the help us hire corporate and civic leadership in this
region for not-for-profit organizations to
Innocents’ and train
join hands, eliminate duplicative services,
new facility is 200 new and get more services to more children
a gift from our staff so that for less money.
community they are fully
Home of the Innocents’ answer to these
to children in ready for the
challenges is the Phase II expansion of
crisis. Since arrival of the five new buildings, the addition of 50
opening our children. new beds for our traditional services,
new doors and brand
in 2003, we I am excited new services
have helped to be crossing in the fields
The Home is seeking support in our “Bridge to the Future” of medical,
thousands of initiative to assist with our 18- to 24-month start-up expenses. that bridge.
these children. By The future behavioral and
2006, there were thousands more needing will be brighter for many more children in mental health.
our services, so our board of directors crisis. Our success, in great part however, The Home
authorized an expansion. depends upon you. Please join me with plans to go
your financial support today. from serving
Thankfully, although in the face of a two thousand
Many thanks, children
recession, Home of the Innocents has
per year to
secured community support and raised over seven
the funds needed for the five-building thousand.
expansion. Now, we are seeking $3 million Gordon S. Brown See related “Bridge to the Future”
in our “Bridge to the Future” initiative to President & CEO diagram on page 2
Bridge to the
Future Home Expands Services, Cont.
Thanks to Louisville
Metro Government for
a $47,300 grant award
from the External
Agency Fund to support
the Home’s Project
Upcoming Events -
Performance Improvement Annual Review
Save the Dates
A report to our children, families and supporters for 2009
Our mission is to be “Our Region’s Open Arms to accurate and fulfills the requirements
Kids in Crisis.” We strive to meet the complex needs for licensing and for accreditation
of the children who are placed in our care—always standards. We also gather data on the
with compassion and the highest standard of number of actual medication errors
excellence. We have been accredited by the Council which include omissions, wrong dose,
on Accreditation for Children and Families (COA) wrong time, wrong medication and
since 2002. The Home provides feedback to our wrong resident. There was an average of
residents, governing body, personnel, and our 84 for 2009 with an error rate of 1.33%.
supporters on the quality and safety of our services. No areas were identified that required a
To achieve excellent results for the children and their plan of correction by licensure.
families, the Home has implemented a sophisticated
Performance Quality Improvement program. An extensive clinical record review
is done each quarter reporting an average of 156 Celebrity Golf Tourney
Home of the Innocents uses a framework that has records reviewed. Areas monitored are complete
identified inputs, activities/indicators, outputs and assessments and treatment plans; therapy/ Please visit www.homeoftheinnocents.
outcomes that will help to achieve benefits for our progress notes document care; independent living org/onthecourseforkids to purchase
resident/clients. It is believed that if you provide documentation; and appropriate discharge plans. tickets. If you have any questions, please
appropriate staff, financial resources, facilities, Each quarterly review identifies areas that are contact Ina Miller at 502.596.1016 or
equipment and supplies, within the constraints of focused on for improvement by the Clinical Director email@example.com.
state and federal regulations, accreditation standards and program supervisors. Continued
and finances, you will provide the tools for directors review notes improvement or more
and managers to assist residents/clients to achieve needed training and oversight.
their goals. Once the inputs are identified, activities
and indicators are defined to help us fulfill our All Childkind Center programs develop
mission of being the region’s open arms to kids in outcomes and monitor the results
crisis. Activities/indicators are strategies, techniques and compare to set targets. No major
and types of treatments that are defined in our issues have been identified as needing
programs’ service methodology. This logic model correction.
now produces outputs which are usually measured The Childkind Center is compared
in terms of the volume of work accomplished and to other child placing or child caring
assists the program directors and managers to agencies in Kentucky. In most of the
determine if the outputs will lead to the desired compared categories we are within the
benefit or change for the target population. That average range target set by the Children’s
desired benefit or behavioral change is the outcome Review Program.
for the resident/client. Outcomes are the final result
of the logic model. Outcomes may relate to changing We have had several Performance
behavior, acquiring new skills, gaining knowledge, Improvement Teams functioning this year. The Benefit Days at Borders
changing attitudes, instilling values, or increasing Risking Connections Team was initiated in May
financial stability. 2009. This is a trauma informed model for Join us on August 27 & 28, 2010 – All
Residential Treatment to help children who have local Borders and Waldenbooks will
We provide to our stakeholders (staff, volunteers, experienced trauma in their lives. The training be giving back to the Home. Make
resident/clients, visitors, board and committee for staff helps them to help children change their
members) data that indicates monitoring is in place a purchase on those days using the
behavior through healthy relationship-building, and
to identify those areas that may need improving. voucher below, or online using the code
helps clients heal.
Processes are then changed in order to below and 10% goes back to the Home.
achieve performance targets, program
goals, client satisfaction and positive Valuable voucher to benefit Home of the Innocents
Discount combines with in-store promotions and offers. Excludes previous and online purchases, gift cards,
newspapers, magazines, coupon books, digital downloads, comics, special orders, video games, Smartbox
The Childkind Center (CKC) averaged products, Rosetta Stone software, and shipping. May not be combined with other coupons or corporate,
44 unusual occurrences (accidents and Benefit Days – our classroom, or other group discounts. One coupon per customer, per day. Void where prohibited by law. Any
other use constitutes fraud. Cash value .01¢. Not redeemable for cash. Valid only in US stores on [dates].
incidents) per month for 2009. These
include all types of scratches, scrapes, falls way of giving back Cashiers: Ring items, select S3, select S4, scan or enter coupon #, select S1,
enter $0.01, and
by the toddlers, peer interactions that Note: if a customer presents a Total Purchase coupon, such as "$5 off Total Purchase" or "10% off Total
Purchase", use this barcode to ring that discount. Follow the instructions on the original coupon, but scan the
result in injuries and anything else that a percentage of the net sales raised barcode on the benefits day voucher. The register will only accept one barcode for Total Purchase coupons.
would be deemed as unusual. No unusual from this coupon will be donated to the Online promo code:
Home of the Innocents HMNN8278DB
trends were identified.
The Childkind Center averaged 162
medication documentation occurrences
each month for 2009. This is an average valid 8/27/10 – 8/28/10
of 2.47% which is based on the number
of medications given. These areas
are identified to be sure the documentation is
valuable voucher to benefit Organization Name 3
Help Our Kids Heartfelt Thanks to All
Wish List! Monetary and non-monetary gifts received January 1 through March 31, 2010:
(Please frequent the businesses of our sponsors and say thanks for supporting Home of the Innocents! )
Our urgent Wish List items are listed first CORPORATE Cabinet for Health and St. Ann’s Guild - Episcopal Ms. Adrianne Blair Mr. and Mrs. Danny W.
SPONSORS Family Services Church Women Mr. Michael Blake Compton
and are underlined and bold: Canaan Missionary Baptist St. Barnabas Church Mr. and Mrs. Brian S. Bland Ms. Janice A. Conley
ACR Computer Resources Church St. Francis in the Fields Ms. Mary Boden Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cook
Teen items Anheuser-Busch
Catholic Enrichment Center
Cedar Lake Lodge
St. John United Church of
Mr. Richard Bohlander
Ms. Denise Bohn
Dr. Judith L. Cooke and Dr.
Elastic Waist Pants (all sizes and genders) Companies, Inc. Chapel Park Baptist Church St. Matthews United Mr. Kenneth Boling and Ms. Michelle Coomes
Bras (sizes: trainer to women C) Balfour Company - Joy Fidelis Class Methodist Church Family Mr. Jeffrey W. Cooper
ladies’ Underwear (size 5,6,7,9,10) Ball Homes Chevron “People Making a Sullivan College of Ms. Sheree L. Bollinger Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L.
The Brown Hotel Difference” Campaign Technology & Design Mr. Frank Booker, III Cooper
Girls’ Underwear (size 10, 12) Brown-Forman Corporation Chosen Friends Lodge 2 Sulphur Christian Church Mr. Michael E. Boone Mrs. Dorothy A. Corbett
Men’s Boxer/Briefs (all sizes) Cardinal Uniforms and IOOF Temple Shalom Mr. and Mrs. H. Edwin Mr. and Mrs. James L.
CDs with Clean Lyrics Scrubs Christ Church Guild Tom S. Detwiler Bornstein Cowles
Movie/Restaurant Gift Certificates Coit Services Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Foundation, Inc. Mr. Anthony Bourke Mrs. Edwin F. Cox
Cooks Locksmith Office Truist Mr. and Mrs. William E. Mr. Granville G. Cox
Men’s & Women’s Wallets Services, Inc. Communications Workers of Tyco Employee Matching Bowers Mr. Harold L. Cox
School Uniforms (all sizes) The Cupcake Shop America Local 3310 Gift Program Mr. Mike Bowman Ms. Joy Ann Cox
Journals & Diaries Deming, Malone, Livesay & Constellation Energy Group U.S. Dept. of Housing and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace G. Ms. Jennifer Coyle
Watches (male and female) Ostroff Employee Fund Urban Development Bowman Mr. and Mrs. David J. Crane
Dynacraft Company Crestwood Baptist Church United Way of Bergen Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Ms. Sheila Cranmer-Yuen
Boom Boxes Family Allergy and Asthma Women’s Sunday School County Boyer Ms. Amber Crawford and
Personal CD Players Fawbush Auto Brokers, Inc. Class United Way of Central Ms. Janice Branch-White Mr. Zach Hopkins
Franklin Drywall Crowe Foundation Indiana Ms. Michelle Bratcher Ms. Jade Crawford
GE Community Relations Dawn Foods Foundation United Way of Central Ms. Semetra Braxton Ms. Teresa Crawford
Arts/Crafts items Glen Ridge Health Campus Dignity U Wear Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. David M. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher
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Hot Topic Fern Creek Baptist Church US Bancorp Foundation, Alphonzo & Shaila Crump
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Honorable Order of Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Donald R.
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Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mr. and Mrs. David Kling Ms. Donna Masden Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Olliges gift annuity are the tasks of Home of
Hollingsworth Ms. Joyce Knauer Ms. Delores Masterson Mr. and Mrs. David
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Mr. Joseph Gonzalez Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Knop
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Dr. Robert Goodin, Jr.
Mr. Dion F. Hoskins Mr. John Kolb Mr. and Mrs. William Ms. Kay Orr
which is guided by volunteers who are
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Mr. Juan Goodman
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Mr. and Mrs. David P. Mathes Mr. and Mrs. Brian Osborne financial professionals. The entire gift is
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Mr. and Mrs. Alan Gould
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(l to R) Kelly Collins & linda Medley, from the
INVESTMENT Ms. Mabel L. Thompson Clarence DeMuth, Jr. Bealmear STOKLEY Home’s Development team, accept signed Peter
MANAGEMENT & MR. KARMEN BUSH Family Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Mr. Mark T. Lucas Max lithographs of Walt Disney characters -
TRUST DEPARTMENT Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Baron Mr. and Mrs. Howard Greenwell MR. JOHN P. STRAUB valued at almost $10,000 - from Mary and Dennis
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Winkler Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Ms. Patricia E. Keiffner Hubbard, Jr. Straub
Schonburg Lincoln Elementary Mr. and Mrs. Ray MRS. PATRICIA A.
RECOvERY MRS. EDITH F. CAMP School Hubbard STURGEON
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Mrs. Elaine G. Frank Alden, Jr. HAITI EARTHQUAKE Keiber Haddad
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Bianconcini Usher Miller MR. IRVIN B.
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MS. ANNE PFEIFFER
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Mr. and Mrs. Nat Bailen
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Borzotta MRS. PATRICIA V. QUINN Gerald Baron
Mr. and Mrs. Houston
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Ms. Mary A. Dauer MRS. ROSETTA Smythe AUBREY R.
Mrs. Carol L. Goodman HANDMAKER AUGUSTINE RAPIER VINCENT
MEMORiAlS Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. Julian S. Goldberg and Mrs. Eleanor T. Rapier Mr. Larry Vincent
MICKEY ALLEN Heyburn, II Ms. Rosalind Weiss WILLIAM “BOHO” MRS. CATHERN
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MRS. EVELYN BAIERL Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan H. MRS. MIRIAM Mr. and Mrs. Bruce H. Dwinell
Mr. and Mrs. James
Michael’s School in Jeffersontown, donated 66
Reinstine HAWKINSON Cheney KATHY WILSON Build-A-Bears along with other toys and school
Morrissey Mrs. Alice D. Thompson Mrs. Elaine Bornstein Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Ms. Laura P. Moore
FRANCES LORAINE Ms. Mary Lawrence Vieth BETTY HENKEN Hohorst MELEAH EBERENZ
supplies for the children at the Home.
BARTLEY Mrs. Edith M. Wells Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey WILSON
Mr. and Mrs. Rollin M. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Jackson Knowlen Ms. Dawn Barrett
Bacon Whitty GRAY HORTON Mr. and Mrs. Francis R. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
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MRS. TINA BELL MR. JAMES T. DURBIN Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stephens M. Brewer
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MR. CHARLES BESS Straub ANNIE KEENAN Ms. Venetta C. Bishop
Ms. Mary Ellen Haug RICHARD EDELEN Mr. Thomas J. Keenan Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Day
Steve Williams (left) and Teressa Jackson (right),
Mrs. and Mr. Ruth Edelen MRS. MARY T. KIPER Fern Creek and Highview
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald from the Home’s Development team, accept a
MR. PRESTON EMBRY Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Post Office Employees
Baron Ms. Nancy L. Wilson Senese Lee Higginbotham
donation of $520.00 from (l to R) Whitney Giles,
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A Snapshot of the Home Our 46-bed skilled nursing facility provides specialized care for medically fragile and
technology dependent children. We serve children from infancy
The Home provides programs and services for these children to age 21 who need 24-hour care as a result of birth defects,
and young adults in crisis:
• Medically fragile and terminally ill children who require
birth injuries, chronic or terminal illness, or accidents.
24-hour-a-day skilled nursing care. Our pediatric specialists provide residents with the
• Those who require emergency care due to abuse, best medical attention and therapies available,
abandonment, neglect or are homeless; or who need foster
care. while ensuring that the kids enjoy
• To homeless, pregnant, or parenting teens, and their family the fun and educational activities
members needing case management, education, parenting,
and independent living skills.
• Children with autism & special needs. Children are
• Young adults who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, admitted for long-term,
are in crisis due to mental health or abuse, and to families
who are struggling to maintain their children in their
short-term, and respite
homes to provide stability and skills for self-sufficiency. care. For information,